As with any industry, there are good machines and bad machines. If you're considering investing in a grain cleaner machine for your farm or mill, here are some key points and features to keep in mind:
Desired results: Grain cleaners remove impurities from the grain. If you're going to invest in a grain cleaner machine, you should make sure that the machine will be able to separate the good grain from the chaff and other trash.
Ease of use: Our machines are very user friendly, and almost anyone can learn to operate them efficiently in just several minutes without any prior training.
Consistent cleaning: A machine that will clean and separate grain continuously without downtime is invaluable for operators who clean large amounts of grain. If you mill a lot of different types of grain, it can be worth investing in several cleaning machines if they'll accomplish what you need in a consistent manner.
Integration: Grain cleaner machines can be used in conjunction with other equipment. They can feed grain into other parts of an operation such as grinding mills, roller mills, or grain dryers.
The AGS Grain Separator makes it possible to clean, grade and separate unusable grain from high-quality grain with one machine. There are very few other machines on the market that are able to perform these functions so efficiently and economically. Other types of machines require two or more passes which will double or triple processing time at a significantly increased cost along with more damage potential.
The AGS Grain Separator is the earliest of the aerodynamic machine designs that started in 1995. A cyclone may be used with the AGS machine and will significantly reduce the amount of dust and chaff outside the machine. No additional cyclones or aspiration equipment is required for using the separator inside a building.
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AGS 150 Grain Separator